Jun 29, 2015

Mobile Digital Art & Creativity Summit - Three Day Event!

Early bird registration is still available for the Annual Mobile Digital Art Exhibition in Palo Alto California. The 3-day weekend will begin with the Grand Opening on Friday, August 7th and continue through the 8th and 9th with workshops and a panel discussion by some of the leading digital artists including Kyle Lambert!




I participated in the competition in both the Digital Painting and Mobile Photography Art categories and was honored to have pieces selected for both.


Speakers for the event include Jeremy Sutton, Susan Murtaugh, Meri Walker, Brian & Kristy Miller, Helene Goldberg, Jon Casey, Dustin Carpenter, Jerry Jobe, Raheem Nelson, Micheline Hess, Sumit Vishwakarma, Caroline Mustard and Susie Stockholm.

You can view the program for the event here. Tickets are still available here.

I will be attending for the first time this year and hope to meet many of you there!


Jun 28, 2015

Cheryl Lemon Natural Collage and Photography

© Cheryl Lemon
What is your name and where do you live? 

CL:  My name is Cheryl Lemon. I live in Santa Cruz, California. I love living where the mountains and sea are close to my doorstep.


How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use? 

CL:  My first smart phone, an iPhone, was a gift, about 4 years ago. I wasn't sure I wanted it, but then was quickly enamored by the camera feature. It was so easy to just whip it out, whenever, wherever, so I found myself, like many, spending more time taking pictures with my phone than talking on it! Then I discovered photo apps, and needless to say, that opened up a whole other world. I've only had iPhones, and currently have an iPhone 6. Previously I'd used a variety of point and shoot cameras, primarily to take photos of my family.

© Cheryl Lemon

Jun 24, 2015

Tangent by Pixite Giveaway

Hey there fellow mobile photography enthusiasts! As many of you know I'm only blogging on a part-time basis, but I had to do this quick post to let you know about a giveaway I'm having thanks to the folks at Pixite.

You may know them as the creators of Shift, Matter, Union, Fragment, LoryStripes, Tangent, Unbound, Web Albums and Flickring.

I have FIVE Tangent promo codes to give away. Just leave a comment and you'll be entered in the random draw. Winners will be selected Thursday, June 25 at 7 p.m. PDT.

Tangent has 44 unique shapes for framing or enhancing your photos. You can drag, zoom and rotate these shapes using standard iOS gestures.

There are also 66 patterns and fills that you can use to overlay your images. You can save, and Re-Tangent to stack them and combine them, or send them directly to another Pixite app for further editing.

Tangent allows you to colorize your images and also change blend modes for a truly unique look.

You can see Tangent in action in the video below.

 

 Here is one of my recent Tangent creations.



Jun 20, 2015

Featured iPhone Photographer Andyskeptik

What is your name & where do you live?

Andyskeptik:  My name is Andyskeptik. I'm a photographer and artist and at the moment I am living in Spain about 2 hours from Barcelona although I'm originally from London.

While contacting you about this interview I found out that you shoot with both DSLR & a mobile phone. How did you get started in mobile photography? What devise do you use?

Andyskeptik:  I am quite late getting into mobile photography but I've been using digital cameras for well over ten years and have had a DSLR for at least seven of those. I've always loved photography and editing with computers and software, primarily Photoshop. I was a web graphics designer for a long time which included a lot of photograph enhancement, manipulation and touching up. I bought a smartphone a little over a year ago and was instantly hooked. After discovering Instagram and VSCO, I realized mobile photography was the future and after recently upgrading to an iPhone 5s. I haven't looked back.


© Andyskeptik
After the Sandstorm

Jun 14, 2015

The Mobile Photography of Doris Vo

What is your name and where do you live?

Doris Vo. Orange County, California. USA


How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use?

DV:  I downloaded Instagram approximately 3 years ago when I received my first iPhone. Soon after, a friend I met on Instagram suggested I try a fun photo-a-day challenge by @fatmumslim. I was immediately hooked and haven't stopped snapping since.  All of my Instagram photos are iPhone. I currently shoot with the iPhone 6s. 

© Doris Vo

Jun 4, 2015

Formulas App Giveaway

The creators of the very popular Stackables app just released their newest app - Formulas. I was fortunate to have participated in the beta testing of the app and one of my Formulas (Evanesce) was chosen to be part of the permanent collection.

Keep reading to find out how you can win a copy of Formulas!

With customization offered on each formula, your images can be textured as heavily or subtly as you like and unlike Stackables you don't have to create these special effects, it's already done for you.



What does Formulas offer?

  • 27 custom, multilayered photo effects all developed by mobile photographers. Each of the formulas is customizable. Use the slider to adjust from 1 to 100%. 
  • 22 textured frames which can all be customized as well by varying the width of the frame.
  • Auto-Adjust feature which can be turned on and off.


Formulas App


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